Most mystery and thriller writers joke about their search history, but we’re really telling the truth. In the wrong hands, every one of us would look like psychopaths plotting our next murder. Lucy Kendall is my very own serial killer, and she doesn’t like getting her hands dirty. After all, she still believes she’s killing … Read the rest →
Yes, it’s true. I’m bringing back Thriller Thursday, and my hope is to have at least two posts a month. This week we’re talking about one of the inspirations for my character Lucy Kendall. Lucy is a vigilante killer of pedophiles, and her preferred method is cyanide. In the first few pages of ALL GOOD DEEDS, it’s … Read the rest →
Clinical psychologist and author Kassandra Lamb is talking about one of my favorite twisted subjects: psychopaths. She’s dealt with her fair share, and she has some great thoughts on whether or not they can be cured. I’ve written a couple guest posts for my friend and colleague, Stacy Green, over at Get Twisted on the topic of … Read the rest →
Welcome back to our resident psychologist, mystery author Kassandra Lamb. She’s got a great post for us today. Please be sure to leave her some love:) Five Differences Between Narcissists and Psychopaths Thanks so much, Stacy, for inviting me to Thriller Thursday. One of my all-time favorite TV shows is Criminal Minds, but every now … Read the rest →
I’m very excited to welcome paranormal mystery author and true crime blogger Catie Rhodes to the blog. Catie, take it away! Thank you, Stacy, for inviting me to appear on Twisted Minds and Dark Places. I always love your Thriller Thursdays, and I’m honored to have the opportunity to write one. When I sat down … Read the rest →
Stacy Green is the best selling author of psychological thrillers and mystery with a dash of romance. As a stay at home mom, she's blessed with making writing a full-time career. She lives in Iowa with her supportive husband, daughter, and their three fur-babies.